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Divya Jain, who leads machine learning at Box, spoke with TechRepublic about her career in technology and how she believes everyone can do something great.
Rethink Robotics has partnered with Shanghai Electric to use a force-sensing robot to fill empty manufacturing jobs in China. Learn why, and how a Roomba founder is involved, in th...
The Calm app helps you take a few minutes to relax and refresh your mind.
A longtime web designer and now co-founder of a digital health startup, Jessica Greenwalt talked to TechRepublic about her career journey and how she switched from graphic design t...
Defending the last missing pixels: Phil Zimmermann speaks out on encryption, privacy, and avoiding a surveillance state
Since writing the PGP encryption software in the 1990s, Phil Zimmermann has been a key figure in the internet privacy debate. With that argument heating up again, his perspective i...
Thync is poised to release a wearable which provides calm and energy sensations to help regulate your mood. Learn more about the details and how the energy component works.
Social interaction in virtual reality remains a big question in the industry, but one app, Convrge, might shed some light on what's to come, and help reach a more casual audience.
Virtual reality isn't just about gaming. Here are 10 ways VR is, and has been, seeping into the way medical professionals train, diagnose, and treat.
Thync is a revolutionary new wearable which provides the capability to control user mood and motivation. Find out what it does and how it works.
TechRepublic talked to Alicia Morga about her career transitions, from investment banker, to lawyer, to iOS app developer.